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Please keep in mind that before treating any condition, including Spondylolisthesis, as TMS or PPD, it is vitally important to consult with your physician in order to rule out any serious medical conditions. To learn more about TMS and PPD, and to help you figure out if you have it, visit our An Introduction to TMS page and watch the video there. Some more guidance in figuring out if this approach is right for you can be found in the video at the top of our So You Think You Might Have TMS page.

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Spondylolisthesis and TMS Success Stories

Spondylolisthesis referenced in TMS Books

This is a dramatic-looking abnormality in which a lumbar vertebra has moved out of line with the one below, usually forward. Cases range from mild to severe. The cause of the condition is mysterious, but in my experience the disorder is painless...I have yet to see someone with spondylolisthesis who did not have TMS.

Here was a dilemma: One patient with two diagnoses, spondylolisthesis and TMS. I had no doubt that the pain was due to the TMS and the patient said he wanted to believe me, but what about the doctors who recommended surgery-could they be wrong? I suggested that since he obviously had TMS we should try to rid him of that pain and see what was left. The usual course of treatment was begun and the pain begin to diminish.

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